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[S2E7] Light

  • "Let There Be Light" provides examples of: Big Blackout: Stu's Anti-gravity Playpen uses so much power, that it causes a blackout all around the neighborhood.

  • Captain Obvious: Didi, after Stu causes a neighborhood-wide blackout.Didi: Stu, honey! All the lights in the house are off! Stu: I'm aware of that, Deed!

  • Continuity Nod: One of the things that formed a scary shadow was Tommy's Grizzlies baseball uniform.

  • Contrived Coincidence: When the power goes out, Tommy believes the light to be hiding in the refrigerator, remembering a midnight feeding from when he was only a few months old. He and his friends go down to the kitchen, and Stu fixes the power just as the babies open the refrigerator.

  • Didn't Think This Through: When Phil and Lil come to Tommy's house, they find Tommy and Chuckie hiding under Tommy's blanket because it's dark outside. Phil and Lil remind the pair that it's also dark under the blanket.

  • Fine, You Can Just Wait Here Alone: After Tommy, Phil and Lil decide to go to the refrigerator in hopes to find the light, Chuckie refuses to go out of fear of the dark.Chuckie: (from under his blanket) I'm not going! Not this time! This isn't just your regular plain-old scary, Tommy, this is the dark! No light at all, not even a night light! No, Tommy, I'm staying right here!Tommy: Okay, Chuckie. Whatever you say.(The other three go off, leaving Chuckie alone in Tommy's dark bedroom)Chukie: (panicking and running after them under his blanket) Wait, wait! You're not gonna leave me! Wait! I'm coming too!

  • Flashback: We get one for Tommy, seeing for the first time as a baby baby, when he explains why he believes Light lives in the refrigerator.

  • Power Outage Plot: When Stu's anti-gravity playpen causes a blackout, the babies decide to go to the fridge, since they think that's where light comes from.

  • Safe Under Blankets: Chuckie is afraid of the dark and hides under his blanket... but then, he realises that it's dark under there, too.

  • Scary Shadow Fakeout: Chuckie believes that there are closet monsters everywhere when he sees scary-looking shadows. Tommy turns on his flashlight, revealing the shadows to be made by his Grizzlies baseball uniform, his toys, and a tree branch.

  • Tempting Fate: After Tommy reveals the shadows not to belong to scary monsters, Chuckie suddenly stops being scared. Unfortunately, just afterwards, the batteries in Tommy's flashlight run out.

  • Title Drop: Stu does this near the end of the episode, just before he turns the power back on.Stu: And Stu said, "Let There Be Light!"

[S2E7] Light

This psychological set piece takes up the first two acts of the episode as we dive further into Picard's subconscious and Tallinn (Orla Brady) tries to place herself inside his mind, sadly though not by using an old AR western simulation. The battle of wits continues between Picard and The Psychiatrist and the performances from these two heavyweights is an absolute delight to watch, even if you're not 100 percent sure exactly what it is that they're talking about.

We left Ted at what seemed to be a turning point last week: Following his panic attack, he showed up in Dr. Sharon's office and told her he needed some help. But getting yourself to cooperate with therapy isn't a matter of a simple revelation, necessarily, and Ted finds that in the light of day, he's once again not so sure. He tells Sharon he thinks he doesn't need help after all, but she tells him to sit down. After a couple of minutes of fidgeting, though, he's out the door. His next attempt ends with him insulting Sharon's entire profession and telling her it's dishonest to charge by the hour when she does 50-minute appointments, claiming that she doesn't actually care about her patients.

Jack still needs Miriam's help identifying the Chesapeake Ripper, but her captivity has left her traumatized, with barely any memory beyond an image of flashing lights and a mysterious man whose face is always in shadows. Jack can't figure out why she was spared. "I wasn't spared," she says. "He was saving me for last."

Behind the one-way mirror, Miriam listens to Chilton talk. She is more and more agitated, remembering her confinement, the light, the man in shadow... "It's him," she whispers. "It's him!" Jack tries to comfort her, but she yanks his gun from its holster and pushes him away. She aims through the mirror and fires one shot, striking Chilton in the face as Alana dives to the ground.

A man, Garrett Lorre, is drinking wine outside his house and surveying a fire in Malibu Canyon, directly below him. He heads inside and remarks there is ash from the fire in his wine. He says this to a woman leaning against an interior door frame. She lights a candle as he tells her he doesn't normally send his family away to leave him free for extramarital affairs, which he implies he is having with the woman. She softly cuts him off, however. They are later in a Jacuzzi. They begin to kiss, though she bites into his arm. He throws her back but she climbs back onto him as two other men jump into the tub. Somebody raises a syringe, and the victim's ashy wine-glass breaks.

At the Hollywood Blood Bank, Mulder searches that facility with a flashlight and gun. He heads downstairs, where he interrupts a man who is sucking blood from a collection bag. The man tries to escape; Mulder brings him down and cuffs him.

Later, the blood-sucking man is screaming about the lights in the interrogation room causing him agony. Curled up in a ball on the floor, two annoyed-looking cops ask him questions which he doesn't answer. Mulder walks in and casually sets a red light on the table which the cops are leaning on, plugs it in, and flips off the overhead lights. Now in red, and apparently able to function again, the man cuts open his hand with a fingernail and sucks the blood. Both cops wince. The man tells them he'll only talk to Mulder, so the cops leave. The man tells Mulder, "He is the father, I am the son, she is the unholy spirit." He says he didn't murder the most recent victim, comparing it to a snake eating a fly. He further claims he will never die. Mulder looks skeptical, slightly more so when the man states he "can't be seen in a mirror," as Mulder is looking at the man's reflection in a mirror. Mulder, not commenting on this or the man's continued rambling, mentions the gas chamber and offers to take that off the table in exchange for the names of his two cohorts. The prisoner refuses because he believes they are the only people who can kill him. Mulder says he knows what can.

Having followed Kristen to a shuttered restaurant, Mulder looks in a back window to see her sucking her companion's neck. A car drives by and the lights shine on the building, attracting both Mulder and Kristen's attention. They make eye contact and she breaks into a run. He attempts to chase her but finds the restaurant's back door locked, so he runs to the front of the building. There, he is knocked down a flight of stairs by the man who Kristen picked up at the bar. Apparently, he consented to the neck-sucking. Mulder groans from his landing on the pavement.

Back in the house, Kristen is pouring gasoline inside her garage and around her house. John tells her she can't kill him because she isn't one of them. Kristen says she is and lights a match. John shrieks as the flame hits the ground. An explosion rocks the area and Mulder sees it.

To help Victoria Neuman make a case against Vought, Mallory and The Boys look to an unlikely source for answers. Hughie gets terrifying news about Starlight. Meanwhile, Homelander and Stormfront further their master plan for Compound V.

Lamplighter and Hughie sneak into the tower because Lamplighter still has access. They go to cell 42D but walk past it. Hughie realizes that they're in the Seven conference room and sees Lamplighter staring at The Seven mural. Lamplighter sees that his statue is missing and is saddened. Lamplighter walks further into the conference room and remarks that he did it all for his dad. A confused Hughie watches as Lamplighter sets himself on fire. Hughie freaks out but can do nothing as the flames have already engulfed Lamplighter. An evacuation alarm goes off as a result and Starlight smiles, knowing she can get out by using the emergency light in her cell. She uses her powers to blast the door down. Lamplighter is already dead by the time emergency spinklers have extingushed his steaming corpse and Hughie runs off disappointed. He quickly returns and forces himself to cut Lamplighter's intact hand off with a broken bottle from a drinks cart, as he realized that he still needs the handprint access in the building. Hughie makes his way to the cells and Lamplighter's handprint allows him to free Donna.

Starlight is carefully walking the halls towards the cells where her mother is when Black Noir ambushes her. Throwing her through the wall into the Seven conference room, he batters her about, using her body to destroy one of the columns and her head to break part of the conference table. With her stunned on the floor, he kneels over her and begins strangling her with both hands. Just as Starlight is blacking out, Maeve comes to her rescue, subduing Noir with a choke hold, and stuffing an Almond Joy in his mouth because as she explains to Starlight, he has a tree nut allergy. Noir tries to use an EpiPen he keeps on his person, but Maeve kicks it away.

Starlight urges her to come with her but Maeve silently refuses by shaking her head, then walks off in the other direction. Starlight continues on to the cells, and is surprised to find Hughie and Donna.

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